Jurgen Klopp discusses who is to blame for Liverpool’s poor form

Jurgen Klopp has suggested he is solely to blame for Liverpool's poor run of form as he isn't being clear enough with his instructions.

The Reds haven't won in the Premier League since battering Crystal Palace 7-0 in December and were beaten 1-0 by relegation threatened Burnley on Thursday night.

Liverpool have a break from the Premier League on Sunday when they take on bitter rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup.

Klopp is determined to turn things around quickly, and has promised a response from his players in the fourth-round clash at Old Trafford.

Klopp said: "We go again. No doubt about that. I said what I thought after the game. When things don't work out as we want them to then there's an issue.

"The issue is that I didn't tell the boys things clearly enough. I have to change the way I tell the boys (these things).

"Confidence isn't a natural thing. Some things have to work out for us to build confidence. But it's not like we can't find it again – we have to work.

"I don't have five million different words for the same issue, but we didn't get the results we wanted for a few weeks now.

Klopp added: "When you don't like a situation, you have to change the right things.

"I like to say and see that in each match there is a chance. I spoke to my players last night and will do again today, it's not for a press conference what I will say to them."

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